Success Engineering is based on the concept that organizations can improve their success in adding value to customers, to their employees, to themselves and society by taking an engineering and scientific approach.
CEO & Creator of Amplio Development
Al Shalloway is the founder and CEO of Success Engineering. Al is a recognized thought leader in the areas of Lean, SAFe, Kanban, Scrum, design patterns, Acceptance Test-Driven Development, Lean-management, value creation networks, Lean product management, and more.
Al attended “Snowbird 10”, the tenth-anniversary meeting of the Manifesto for Agile Software Development. He is the creator of the FLEX system, which is the heart of the Disciplined Agile Value Stream Consultant workshop.
He has co-written seven books ranging from Design Patterns to Agile at Scale.
He holds Masters degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and Mathematics from MIT and Emory, respectively. He is an international speaker. He is a former SPC Trainer and contributor to SAFe. His current focus is on providing an effective Agile at scale approach to large organizations, which includes helping internal change agents be self-sufficient in training their teams in a cost-effective manner.
Is to create awareness of the need for engineering and science in approaches to organizational improvement.
Present a model people can use to see what is required for organizational improvement. This model is currently based on several disciplines including flow, lean, Theory of Constraints, Adaptive Leadership, systems thinking and more. We call this approach Success Engineering.
To enable the ability for organizations to create solutions that are effective for them using Success Engineering.
To create a community of individuals who can learn and share together about Success Engineering.
How we manifest our purpose
To create a community of consultants, trainers and coaches who are well-heeled in the methods of Success Engineering to enable the above.
To provide resources and training to both individuals and organizations in Success engineering.